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Scenic Tackle - Angel Eyes

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By now we all know the catching potential of these rigs. What took me by surprise was what happened on Laker opener this winter. I've always been a pimple guy when icefishing lakers. This opener however I took a hint from some other prostaff on this site and downsized to these little angels. Payoff, limited in a half an hour which is normally unheard of. The amount of flutter and flash seemed irresitable to those trout and it didn't take much to coax them off the bottom and to commit. The finish on these spoons matches the quality of all Scenic's products and the blood red trebles are the icing on the cake. Move over pimples, there's a new boy in the box. Click on the sponsor link below to check them out!

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Angle eyes are a standard in my tackle box. I actually think I was using them before they became a sponsor of Fishing Minnesota. They seem to work on ALL species and the paint job is second to none.

They are not just for ice fishing either. I have caught walleyes using them under slip floats.

mw

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I doubt you were using them before they came to FM. We introduced the Angel Eyes to the world right here. We started with the big ones first and then Scenic made the Angel Eye JR which seems to be everyones must have in their tackle box.

It's actually a pretty good open water-early season crappie lure and it's dynamite on stream trout.

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Your most definatly right.

I was using them before I came to FM. When they were first introduced they were the rave on Lake of the Woods.

mw

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I usually have a angel eye jr tied on to one of my jigging rods and have caught many many fish on them. The paint holds up much better than other spoons that I have used. Truly a great lure and it is a staple in my box.

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They are definitely one of my go to lures for eyes, perch and crappies thru the ice. They are definitely top quality and very effective lures.

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Angel Eye JR's are my definate go to lure for Upper Red Lake Crappies. I have one rigged up on a pole at all times on every other lake that I fish. I would say when fishing for Walleyes 75% I'm using an Angel eye JR.

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Great lure for searching out spring Crappies. I slow troll them with the bowmount and give them a gentle pumping action every so often. The eyes like them that way too.

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